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Broadcasting and Production Major Capstone Presentations

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Posted on Friday, December 2, 2016

Westminster College broadcasting and production students will be presenting their capstone projects starting at 2 p.m., Dec. 3, in Mueller Theater. A question and answer session will follow. The event is free and open to the public.

A capstone project is a final project that all Westminster students must complete before graduation. The purpose of the project is for students to take what they have learned over their time at Westminster and complete a major-specific task. For broadcasting and media production students, the task is to create a full length documentary.

The documentaries that will be shown include:

  • “The Gift of Motherhood” by Kellen Gursky
  • “A Journey Down Academy Avenue” by Connor Hamilton
  • “Land of the Living Dead” by Zac Hynus
  • “What’s Behind the Trees?” by Doltyn Snedden
  • “Re-Stripped” by Dan Swank

In broadcasting, “The most valuable thing to have is the ability to adapt to multiple things being thrown at you at once,” said senior broadcasting and media production major, Zac Hynus.

“Fear of changing is your worst enemy in this class,” said senior broadcasting and media production major, Connor Hamilton.

Contact Bradley Weaver, lecturer of broadcast communications, at 724-946-7238 or email for more information.